Question: I’ve never heard of Art Around Adams. Is the first time this event is happening?
Answer: Art Around Adams was founded in 2004 by Papaha Gosline as a bi-annual art walk, occuring once in the summer and once in the winter, exposing Normal Heights and Kensington businesses to the public.
In 2009, Adam Rosen’s company Walk the Walk introduced the Art Around Adams Festival, a one-stop all-day sensory blast, engaging audiences of all ages and backgrounds.
In 2010 he brought Art Around Adams “Back to the Streets” to life with his then new company Exodus Studios. 2010’s edition envibed 2009’s festival while bringing the event back to it’s roots.
This year Exodus Studios is at it again, adding upon the feel and success of 2010, bringing a bolder edition to the avenue.
Question: How do I get involved?
Answer: There are many ways for individuals, artists, musicians, and businesses to get involved. Click here to be re-directed to the “Contact” page
Question: Where do I park?
Answer: Anywhere along/around Adams Avenue between Oregon St. in Normal Heights and Vista St. in Kensington, with the information booth located at 3441 Adams Avenue, San Diego, 92116. Once on Adams jump on our free “Comedy Trolley” and ride up and down the avenue, all while being entertained.
For more information, visit www.exodus-studios.com